We all know that symmetry and math have at least a little bit to do with attractiveness, with ratios between facial features playing a large role. So, according to science, who is the most beautiful woman in the world? It could be 18-year-old UK resident Florence Colgate, who was recently dubbed “Britain’s Most Beautiful Face.”
Florence’s ratio of the distance between her ears to the distance between her pupils is almost 2:1, and the distance between her eyes to her mouth is almost a third of the distance from her hairline to her chin: both are scientifically ideal and a “measurement of symmetrical perfection.”
But now lets look at the obvious: pictured above, it looks like she has on at least blush and a bit of mascara. But all participants in the contest were required to wear no makeup and have no cosmetic enhancements of any kind. So this girl is natural, a fresh face. A researcher from Perception Lab at the University of St Andrews’ School of Psychology also pointed out that “Florence has all the classic signs of beauty. She has large eyes, high cheekbones, full lips and a fair complexion.
Pretty? Yes. The world’s most beautiful? Maybe, but I’m sure there are millions of other women who are equally (or more) gorgeous and didn’t have to enter a contest to prove it. Kudos to Colgate for staying natural though.
Lovelies, what do you think makes a person beautiful?